Best Exercises For Women To Slim Down Your Thighs

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Christinacarlyle explains how losing thigh fat and share the best thigh-slimming exercises for women, that you can use to create a complete thigh workout.

Check the video at the end of article for detailed visual of the workouts

If you’d like to ditch the thunder in your thighs, you’re going to love it.

To create your own thigh workout simply pick 4 of the following exercises and complete 3 full sets of each thigh exercise.

Alphabet Tracers

Lie on your back with your arms by your sides. Begin by pointing with your left foot, as if reaching out with your toes toward the ceiling. Inhale, and start tracing the alphabet onto the ceiling with your right leg, moving your whole leg, but keeping your hips still. Don’t lift your left hip off the floor. Continue until you’re done with the letter ‘Z’. You can do upper or lower case letters…  print or cursive it doesn’t matter.  When you’re done switch legs and repeat the alphabet on the other side to complete your set. Take a break if you need to!

Plié Squat

Stand with your feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart with your toes pointed out. Hold your ABS in tight and inhale and you lower your booty straight down, keeping your upper body upright.   Lower until your butt is in line with your knees, then exhale and return to the starting position to complete one rep. Do 15 reps to complete your set.

Curtsy Lunge

Stand with your feet shoulder width apart. Inhale and take your left leg back and across behind your right leg, as lunge down in a ‘curtsey’ motion, making sure your knee doesn’t extend past your toes. Exhale as you return to the starting position. Repeat the same motion on the opposite side, crossing your right leg back and behind your left leg. Repeat the exercise 20 times on each side to complete your set.

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Table Top Cross Overs

Get on your hands and knees with your arms and legs spaced shoulder width apart.  Extend your leg out to the side with your toes pointed.  Keep your core tight and in one fluid motion, pull your leg back and up across your body with a small kick at the end, then immediately return to the start position. Repeat the same number of reps with each leg to complete your set.

Pulsing Leg Lifts

You can do pulsing leg lifts lying on your back, from your side (inner and outer thighs), from a table top position or standing.  Pulse your legs up and down with pointed and flexed toes.  Do as many as you can until you feel the burn then start counting to 10 (for beginners) up to 30+… or as many as you can do while maintaining proper form.  Do the same number of reps with both legs to complete your set.

Scissor Kick

Lie face up on the floor with arms at sides, palms down and legs extended. Point your toes and lift your legs about 6 inches off of the ground. Quickly open and close your legs, crossing the right thigh over the left and then reversing the movement. ‘Scissor your legs’ as you lift them up and lower then back down to about 6 inches off the floor without touching the ground. Continue scissoring legs; lifting them up and down at least 20 times to complete 1 set.

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Stability Ball Leg Circles

Lie back on the mat with your arms by your sides and your palms facing down. Begin by placing a stability ball between your feet, holding it in place with your ankles and squeezing together.  Extend the ball straight up as pictured.  Inhale, and start rotating the ball in clockwise circles keeping your hips still.  Only your ankles should move the ball and your core should be tight to help you control the movement.  Don’t lift your left hip off the floor. Continue until you’ve done 30 circles, to complete one set.

Check the video below for complete information

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As always this workout works, if YOU work it.  So work it you’re worth it!  If you like this post, or if you think it would help someone else, please share it.

For the best results, it is recommended to do this routine at least twice a week.

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